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friends. craig: yeah, i don't have new friends. congratulations on the show. your own show. you're like mary tyler moore but on fox. >> that's a nice compliment. thank you. craig: it is fantastic. you're a girl about town and you work for lou in the news room and murray is your friend? >> yeah, yeah, we're just remaking the mary tyler moore show. hopefully nobody notices. she is amazing. it is fun. as it turns out it is great to be the boss. craig: you're the boss? >> i'm kind of the boss. i'm -- i'm like mean. i'm a little mean as it also turns out. craig: good for you. >> people respond to me. i don't know what i'm saying. craig: they do but then they talk about you. you can't be one of the gang anymore if you're the boss. >> no, look at saddam husain and what happened to him. craig: that's one example you could use. >> you're a nice -- you're the boss here. craig: no, no, i'm the -- what am i? i'm the pretty one. [laughter] >> you're just -- they are just like you know, he is there. he's good-looking. he's the eye candy? craig: that's it. they are like let's just bring out the europe
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.99. order online and score a free 2 liter pepsi. pizza hut. make it great. >> craig: it is time for this week's heisman watch presented by nissan. atop of that heisman watch and klein and k-state being tested tonight. >> joel: they'll have to come back on the baylor bears. kenyon barner is certainly in that race and johnny manziel, this guy, what they did last week in tuscaloosa, putting himself in that race. marquis lee, wouldn't be surprised to see him in new york. >> craig: austin makes the cut at midfield, makes another at the 40, cuts it back. a flag. they will bring this one back. there's a flag back at the 22. >> joel: the only thing that's going to stop tavon austin tonight. long conference for just a flag that you would assume is in the area of a holding call. >> craig: i think there's actually -- there were two flags down. there's one up by where he went out of bounds as well. one back at the line of scrimmage. >> referee: personal foul, hands to the face, number 2, defense. that penalty will be 15 yards from the end of the run. sideline interference, unsportsmanlike c
for just $19.99. order online and score a free 2 liter pepsi. pizza hut. make it great. >> craig: it is time for this week's heisman watch presented by nissan. atop of that heisman watch and klein and k-state being tested tonight. >> joel: they'll have to come back on the baylor bears. kenyon barner is certainly in that race and johnny manziel, this guy, what they did last week in tuscaloosa, putting himself in that race. marquis lee, wouldn't be surprised to see him in new york. >> craig: austin makes the cut at midfield, makes another at the 40, cuts it back. a flag. they will bring this one back. there's a flag back at the 22. >> joel: the only thing that's going to stop tavon austin tonight. long conference for just a flag that you would assume is in the area of a holding call. >> craig: i think there's actually -- there were two flags down. there's one up by where he went out of bounds as well. one back at the line of scrimmage. >> referee: personal foul, hands to the face, number 2, defense. that penalty will be 15 yards from the end of the run. sideline interference, unspo
pepsi. pizza hut. make it great. >> craig: it is time for this week's heisman watch presented by nissan. atop of that heisman watch and klein and k-state being tested tonight. >> joel: they'll have to come back on the baylor bears. kenyon barner is certainly in that race and johnny manziel, this guy, what they did last week in tuscaloosa, putting himself in that race. marquis lee, wouldn't be surprised to see him in new york. >> craig: austin makes the cut at midfield, makes another at the 40, cuts it back. a flag. they will bring this one back. there's a flag back at the 22. >> joel: the only thing that's going to stop tavon austin tonight. long conference for just a flag that you would assume is in the area of a holding call. >> craig: i think there's actually -- there were two flags down. there's one up by where he went out of bounds asell. one back at the line of scrimmage. >> referee: personal foul, hands to the face, number 2, defense. that penalty will be 15 yards from the end of the run. sideline interference, unsportsmanlike conduct on the oklahoma bench. penalty will be enforc
craig: don't you be coming here with your cameras. looking at us. we're folks that live in the dark. right, geoff? geoff: that's right. craig: dark for dark business, i says. dark for dark businesses. me and geoff baggins here, we go looking for the precious. right, jop? geoff: that's right. craig: and when we find the precious, we're going to send it to the department of water and power. [laughter] you know who i think has got the precious? geoff: who has got the precious? craig: the bastard that makes himself invisible every time the uh-oh power goes off. [applause] right, geoff? geoff: right, craig. craig: be honest. do i have bad posture? geoff: you look perfectly straight to me. craig: this is the only time in the history of this show, it is so cold, i envy the horse. [applause] good night, everybody!,,,,,,,,,, the 9-1-1 hangup call.. the other woman.. and tonight: "...just turn yourself in" gets. >>> she was a wonderful woman. >> a bay area woman found murdered and her husband hasn't been seen since much the 911 hang-up call, the other woman and tonight... >> just turn yoursel
[laughter] craig: don't you be coming here with your cameras. looking at us. we're folks that live in the dark. right, geoff? geoff: that's right. craig: dark for dark business, i says. dark for dark businesses. me and geoff baggins here, we go looking for the precious. right, jop? geoff: that's right. craig: and when we find the precious, we're going to send it to the department of water and power. [laughter] you know who i think has got the precious? geoff: who has got the precious? craig: the bastard that makes himself invisible every time the uh-oh power goes off. [applause] right, geoff? geoff: right, craig. craig: be honest. do i have bad posture? geoff: you look perfectly straight to me. craig: this is the only time in the history of this show, it is so cold, i envy the horse. [applause] good night, everybody! . >>> this is 9news now. >>> no one saw this one coming, and tonight washington is trying to figure it out. legendary four star general david patraeus has admitted to an extramarital affair and has resigned as director of the cia. the fbi had begun an investigation of
what did we learn on the show tonight, craig? [burps] [laughter] i was we learned that richie sambora is going to be here as the house band. [applause] geoff: oh, yeah, man. craig: i'm thinking we should probably rock 'n' roll it a little bit. we should be a little more rock 'n' roll. i'm thinking of getting an earring. geoff: oh, yeah? craig: yeah. not in my ear. geoff: oh, yeah. [laughter] craig: what about you? how are you going to get more rock 'n' roll? geoff: i'm thinking about getting a penis. for myself. my own. my own. for myself. [laughter] how did that happen? geoff: rock 'n' roll, man. craig: it is not just rock 'n' roll. plenty of jazz musicians and classical musicians have genitals. geoff: not like the kind i'm going to get. [laughter] craig: oh, you mad skinny dead fool. say good night. geoff: good night. craig: good night, everybody. >>> profane and sensitive video including two prince george's county police officers circling on the internet. i watched it and was disgusted by what i saw. >> you won't see the video in the story as it has been scrubbed from the i
♪ what learn on the show tonight, craig? [meow] [laughter] craig: and everyone in "downton abbey" was delighted to see bingo return to pakistan. [laughter] there you are. that's what happened. geoff: what a lovely story. craig: it is a very nice story. well, i was very impressed by what i learned on the show. first of all that ll cool j could easily handle a large piece of fruit. geoff: yeah. [laughter] craig: you know, he couldn't talk about that thing i wanted to talk about. geoff: that one thing. craig: that thing that was in the news because it is going on so he couldn't talk about it. so we didn't learn about that. and then naomie harris was nice. she lives in finsbry park where they have got that if he will. geoff: near where we used to live. craig: that's where i do my chimney sweeping. i like to go up the chimney sometimes in the afternoon and then sometimes i clean -- good night, everybody. >>> we're learning more about the consequences to our pocketbooks if the government can't stop from driving over that fiscal cliff at the end of this year. >> the congressional budget
getting pushed around by the environment. . >> okay, thank you, craig, so much. thank you for coming. craig is happy to take some more informal questions in back and of course his book, house of rain, is available for sale in back too. thank you so much and thank you, craig childs. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * >> good evening i am the director of the culture association and devoted to the program and here we have master of arts. (applause). (speaking spanish) (speaking spanish). >> what he is saying that thanks to the bant. bante he got funding for of the peru vaifian culture and got approved. >> (speaking spanish). >> okay. >> good. (speaking spanish). >> so we have a variety of instruments -- that we're going to be showing you. >> (speaking spanish). >> the name of the instrument is called tale boheha. >> (speaking spanish). >> it was a time in peru when the africans were prohibited from playing or making instruments. >> (speaking spanish). >> so they were forced to make their own instruments. >> (speaking spanish). >> so they use the surroundi
geoff: what the hell? craig: yeah, i know. or does she? let's put her to the test. beth? >> [speaking chinese] [applause] craig: say some stuff. balls. >> [chinese] craig: really? >> no, i made it up. craig: do you really speak chinese or are you just making stuff up? >> that's mandarin. i thought geoff could trands late so i can censor you in australia. craig: you say it in chinese first. >> [speaking chinese] geoff: in your pants. >> [speaking chinese] geoff: i can't wait to get out of this top. craig: i like where this is going. >> [speaking chinese] geoff: oh, it is so hot in here. i have a rash on my neck. [laughter] craig: say good night, would you, in mandarin, would you, beth? >> nihau! craig: nihau? i know that!,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, (key turns in lock) >> jack: uh, scotch, neat. >> phyllis: oh, lord, please. please, jack, don't do it. please don't do it. >> ronan: don't do what? >> phyllis: huh? oh, hey, hey. >> ronan: hi. what don't you want jack to do? >> phyllis: um, i don't want him to hire adam at newman. >> ronan: why would you care about that, un-- unless th
ross. beth, the network executive speaks mandarin chinese. geoff: what the hell? craig: yeah, i know. or does she? let's put her to the test. beth? >> [speaking chinese] [applause] craig: say some stuff. balls. >> [chinese] craig: really? >> no, i made it up. craig: do you really speak chinese or are you just making stuff up? >> that's mandarin. i thought geoff could trands late so i can censor you in australia. craig: you say it in chinese first. >> [speaking chinese] geoff: in your pants. >> [speaking chinese] geoff: i can't wait to get out of this top. craig: i like where this is going. >> [speaking chinese] geoff: oh, it is so hot in here. i have a rash on my neck. [laughter] craig: say good night, would you, in mandarin, would you, beth? >> nihau! craig: nihau? i know that! . >>> this is 9news now. >>> right now at 11:00, we are some 48 hours out after taking that hit from super storm sandy, the death toll at least 63. locally power is back on for thousands of families up and down the east coast. millions are still in the dark. the damage is in the billions of dollars. on f
exhibitions here at the library. thank you so much for coming to our exhibition tonight with author craig childs. he's been jet setting all over the country promoting his new book, the house of rain. we also want to thank the publishers for bringing craig to us and we also want to thank (inaudible) at the book table at the end of the program. craig childs is a commentator for national public radio's morning edition. he has written noert "new york times", the los angeles times and several magazines. his work has won the spirit of the west award as well as the colorado book award. the book, house of rain, is craig's latest book. please help me welcome craig childs. . >> hello. i come to you from out of the desert. i'm coming to you from a landscape where once you get an eye for things, 3 grains of sand out of place draw your attention, where everything is brought to bear, where everything is hinged to a story, every drop of rain leaving a dimple in the ground. stories are everywhere out in this landscape. when you walk down into the bottom of the narrow canyons made of sandstone and you put
♪ what did we learn on the show tonight, craig?& [meow] [laughter] craig: well, i think i learned that geoff, you made a fool of yourself in front of that french girl. geoff: i'm not sure what you mean. craig: i would have talked like this -- if that's what getses the job done, i'll be talking like this -- for a while. i wonder if i could talk like to in french. je m'appelle craig. geoff: i so wish i could grab your tie right now. [laughter] craig: bon oui, everybody.,,,,, [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway will have everyone raving. there's fresh, natural, frozen, whatever you're craving. spend 25 dollars and a frozen safeway turkey is 59 cents a pound. or spend 25 dollars and get a fresh safeway select turkey for 99 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair, grab a plate. this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. safeway. ingredients for life. >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> a hiker plunges to his death on the c
. [applause] geoff: oh, yeah, man. craig: i'm thinking we should probably rock 'n' roll it a little bit. we should be a little more rock 'n' roll. i'm thinking of getting an earring. geoff: oh, yeah? craig: yeah. not in my ear. geoff: oh, yeah. [laughter] craig: what about you? how are you going to get more rock 'n' roll? geoff: i'm thinking about getting a penis. for myself. my own. my own. for myself. [laughter] craig: how did you get to that? how did that happen? geoff: rock 'n' roll, man. craig: it is not just rock 'n' roll. plenty of jazz musicians and classical musicians have genitals. geoff: not like the kind i'm going to get. [laughter] craig: oh, you mad skinny dead fool. say good night. geoff: good night. craig: good night, everybody.,,, >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> the rain is here, and it's not going anywhere, anytime soon. cbs 5 meteorologist paul deanno on where it's coming down hardest right now. >>> all evening long it's been north of the golden gate, places like mill valley and also santa rosa getting some heavy rainfall, up to an inch o
♪ what did we learn on the show tonight, craig? [meow] [laughter] craig: all right. we don't have much time. geoff and i just want to try to get you into the christmas spirit a little bit with another public domain christmas song that we can sing for free on cbs. you pick one. just go ahead and read any one you want and then we'll sing it. geoff: all right. let's sing "kidney pie." craig: ♪ oh kidney pie for christmas kidney pie for cris nass oh christmas time when santa comes to play his kidney pie will say ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ good night, everybody. ,,,,,,,,,, get to the hospital! you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >> the baby was coming and there wasn't any time to get to the hospital. good evening i'm allen martin. >> cbs 5 reporter sharon chen shows us the baby arrived faster than the morning dart train. one day little diari will hear an incredible story from her parents. the story of her birth. >> jasmine's contractions were five minutes apart before 6:00 a.m. he drove them from their pittsburgh home. but her water broke in the front seat. she was like
♪ what did we learn on the show tonight, craig? [meow] [laughter] craig: can i crack this nut for you, geoff? geoff: if you would, please. craig: yeah, and also i'll put some in your cup. all right. see when i'm doing this. oh, look. look at that! [applause] just right for a coconut bra. geoff: that reminds me of a limerick i was thinking of. craig: try it then geoff: there once was a man from glasgow who hosted his late night talk show with a robot who is guy and a horse that snorts hay how it is still on the air i don't know. >>> not guilty on all charges. those words sent waves of emotion, mostly shock, through a prince george's county courtroom. >> alexis such son, the former bowie student accused of murdering her roommate is a free woman tonight after that bombshell of a verdict. our ken molestina was in the courtroom. he has reaction from both sides. >> reporter: after three days of emotional testimony and grueling details the jury sided with alexis simpson agreeing that dominique's killing was in self-defense. >> truth prevailed, that's all i can say. >> reporter: frien
on in this house? >> no need to analyze what is going on. just enjoy the moment of the kick. >> this is craig. craig's a fit dude. he's attempting a 53-inch box jump, basically standing jump sta straight up, and he gets there. >> what the -- >> he didn't have a mat or anything down there to break his fall. >> so now he has a fractured spine. >> craig looks like he's a pretty fit dude. i'm sure all it hurt was his pride and nothing else. >> i don't know about that. >> that will knock the wind out of you when you start making those weird noises like the grape lady. sorry, craig, but i'm laughing at you today. >>> steven, we're going to call this segment science. >> science? >> this video is called paint by particle. that's the models and super computing have a new video of aerosol movement. >> aerosol movement, meaning -- >> particles, dirt -- >> this is like a time lapse? >> it's rally really like a sup computer -- >> let's be serious. we don't know much about science. >> you know who does? our science correspondent. >> sup, zach? >> is this a time lapse? >> it is. this is a model from august
'm craig melvin. you're watching msnbc, the place for politics. we're here in d.c. to cover this historic election and it comes at a time when millions are until trying to put their lives back together. we will dive into the latest news from the world of politics in just a moment but first, those let's get you caught up on the very latest on the aftermath of hurricane sandy. about 2.5 million people remain without power in the aftermath of that storm. 109 deaths nationwide have been attributed to sandy's wrath. those numbers could rise. at least 40 of those deaths were in new york city. that's where mayor michael bloomberg relented and cancelled the new york city marathon. 40,000 runners were expected to compete sunday. many folks around this country especially in that city believe holding the race, though, would be inappropriate and could de y delay -- no, no, no, stop! humans -- one day, we're coming up with the theory of relativity, the next... stop, stop, stop! my car! not so much. but that's okay. you're covered with great ideas like optional better car replacement from liberty mutu
. mitt romney 48%. good afternoon. i'm craig melvin. you're watching msnbc, the place for politics. let's go straight to nbc news correspondent kerry sanders from miami. the election is finally put to rest. >> folks in florida have been wondering what is going on. the numbers show that the state did tilt to obama. he got 50% of the vote. romney took 49.1% of the vote. clearly, florida remains a battleground state. the question is, why did this take so long? part of the fact is that early voting was cut back by the republican governor rick scott. if you take a look at the newspaper here, this is the tampa bay times headlines. it says, no apology from scott. he went on to say, what i'm trying to do is improve the way government works. i believe in efficiency. i believe every vote has to count. i want to have a good process that people feel good about. well, the people are not feeling good because in many cases they felt that the governor made the decision to push back the number of days from 14 to 8, meaning that there were fewer days for early voting, meaning that people couldn't get to
, congressman, good morning to you, sir. >> good morning, craig. great to be with you. >> the national journal reporting that the president could hold events related to the cliff this week. what are you hearing? >> well, i think that's right. i don't think anything has been settled. there have been on going conversations, but obviously the discussion will heat up this week now that the thanksgiving is behind us. >> what does the white house hope to accomplish with these types of events? >> well, look, this was not a side issue in the campaign. throughout the last presidential campaign the president made very clear that his number one focus was jobs and the economy and also having a long-term plan to reduce the deficit in a balanced way and that means in addition to cuts you would also have revenue, revenue that you get by asking higher income earners to pay a little bit more to reduce the deficit and so the president was really clear in the campaign and i think it is really important that he take that discussion to the country now because he has said to the congress, the president said to the
part. >> let's talk about daniel craig and 007. >> this is the most complete james bond film i have ever seen. i am not saying that it is the best. 3 films now. it is the longest running continual series of all time and it is 50 years. there has been so many of these films. dan yell craig took on the role with casino royale and he made the awful quantum of solace. the action was so in coherent and edited so poorly but now sam mendez takes over and he does a masterful job. you get into the history of who this guy really is. it is a film on the surface. the deal is that javier bardem is a character and he wants revenge on mi-6 and he wants to kill m. james bond steps in. this is something that i feel like people need to know as viewers. when you are seeing a film in imax, you want to seat movie when it is shot in imax. this movie was not shot in imax at all. as you can see here on the screen, look at the right. that is a normal movie theater where you will see james bond loa., it is a slightly larger image. you get 26% more of the image but all they are doing is making the aspect rati
[laughter] craig: and everyone in "downton abbey" was delighted to see bingo return to pakistan. [laughter] there you are. that's what happened. geoff: what a lovely story. craig: it is a very nice story. well, i was very impressed by what i learned on the show. first of all that ll cool j could easily handle a large piece of fruit. geoff: yeah. [laughter] craig: you know, he couldn't talk about that thing i wanted to talk about. geoff: that one thing. craig: that thing that was in the news because it is going on so he couldn't talk about it. so we didn't learn about that. and then naomie harris was nice. she lives in finsbry park where they have got that if he will. geoff: near where we used to live. craig: that's where i do my chimney sweeping. i like to go up the chimney sometimes in the afternoon and then sometimes i clean -- good night, everybody. ,,,,,, mary gonzales had a cold, she also has asthma. ,,,,,, so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she ha
of whaley elementary school had reasonable suspicion that abuse was going on. the teacher, craig chandler, explained to her that blindfolding a 8-year-old student and touching her and putting objects in her mouth was all part of a lesson. vijayendran faces 6 months in jail. the teacher is awaiting trial for molesting five children. deliberations are set to resume monday at 9:30 in the morning. >>> some muni service in san francisco was shut down for nearly three hours after a man was hit and killed while walking along the tracks. it happened near the montgomery street station when the man was hit by a train. authorities say the man simply walked off the platform, and into the tunnel. >> the areas are clearly marked. and there's a barricade keeping people out of the access area. interest. >> so far, officials have not announced 9 identity of the man, the operator of the muni light rail vehicle was placed on non-driving status, pending a very long. >>> san francisco police have arrested the man they say was caught on surveillance video attacking a muni station agent. police say 20-year-old
. it's got a lady holding a red ball. geoff: yeah. craig: or apple, as some people call them. i think that's the australian word. geoff: yeah. craig: they don't call them balls, they call them apples. house your apples? how are your apples? if you go to an australian doctor, they say, let me hold your apples and turn your head and could have. geoff: i hear that ferguson has only got one apple. the cover of that book makes you want to turn qur head and cough. -- turn your head and cough. craig: turn your head and cough, geoff. good night, everybody! [applause] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- [captioning made possible by worldwide pants, inc., and the cbs television network.] ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, didn't deliver on a major selling point. "...bee >>> that's the first i heard about it. >> nearly one million car owners are getting money back, all because their cars didn't deliver on a major selling point. >>> juliette goodrich on the promise that didn't quited a up. >> hi, ken, we're talking about miles per gallon. do you question the fuel economy when
♪ what did we learn on the show tonight, craig? [meow] [laughter] craig: wow. it is riveting. geoff: wait until you get to the chapter on briss kit. [laughter] craig: pretty good. [laughter] really making the awed yeps uncomfortable now. [laughter] -- audience uncomfortable now. [laughter] good night, everybody. good night. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and perfect timing. the union square ice skating b-s 5 >> the coldest weather we've seen since april, and perfect timing though. the union square ice skating rink just opened. >> not much melting at that ice skating rink. low to mid 50s. our afternoon highs for severale ly only be this warm. there's the culprit, big area of low pressure diving all the way down from alaska, giving us the coldest weather in the bay area since easter. winter weather advisory goes in to effect tomorrow morning. 3 to 7 inches of new snow and a very low snow level, 3500 feet. on the east coast another storm is moving through sitting off the rhode island coastline and their snow is zero feet. it's snowing a week after a hurricane moved through. more on our fo
mean. it's the name of a mountain in norway and craig dikeus has named the firm after this mountain. i believe he climbs it every summer. he sends his apologies and isn't climbing this week and couldn't make this presentation but will be here in the future and they do really beautiful and highly regarded cultural and arts performing venues amongst other types of buildings, so when we started the project our clients, the warriors, challenged snow hitter and ourselves to think how we could connect the city to the water and do that in an inspiring way that could create an iconic destination for san francisco so we took inspiration from craig's work with snow hitter, and this is what -- of course what you see right now on piers 32- 30 and difficult to get on the pier and 900 feet away and quite a walk to get to the end of the pier. this is the oslo opera house designed by craig and snow hitter. this is an interesting building. it's an icon for oslo. the community loves it. they may never go to a opera but there enjoying the activity to the water and what encircling this building
ball. geoff: yeah. craig: or apple, as some people call them. i think that's the australian word. geoff: yeah. craig: they don't call them balls, they call them apples. house your apples? how are your apples? if you go to an australian doctor, they say, let me hold your apples and turn your head and could have. geoff: i hear that ferguson has only got one apple. the cover of that book makes you want to turn qur head and cough. -- turn your head and cough. craig: turn your head and cough, geoff. good night, everybody! [applause] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- [captioning made possible by worldwide pants, inc., and the cbs television network.] >>> new tonight on 9news and washington guardian probe has uncovered $6 billion in what could be tax dollars gone to waste. >> investigative reporter says some of it is already six-feet under, literally. >> reporter: until now, official estimates on waste within the stimulus program had been put on by about $11 million. but that's nothing compared to the questionable spending we'd found. to get it you would have to
so much. appreciate that. >> thanks, craig. >> joined now byb. stoddard and bob franken. thanks for joining us. >> thank you for having us. >> let me start with you, some people say the president clearly has the upper hand in these negotiations, is that true? >> not entirely. i think what kristen said is true that polling shows that most americans agree a pretty strong majority agrees that the wealthy need to pay more taxes and so that president obama is going to be pushing. you look at the republican side and as you know, many on the house side say we have house republican majority, came here to cut government. we need to replace these sequestration cuts that take place at the same time that the tax cuts expire. these spending cuts are goingo combination with tax cuts that expire of sending us into recession. they say those spending cuts if we're going to replace them, we need to see some numbers. democrats are not coming up with any spending cuts in these preliminary discussion and that's making republicans they say they need spending cuts. at the same time you'll see the whit
, good afternoon, craig. as you can see the holiday decorations are going up here at the white house. but it doesn't seem like anyone is in the holiday spirit. in fact, house speaker john boehner today said that these negotiations are essentially in a stalemate. president obama as you know hit the road, went to hatfield, pennsylvania to take his case to the people of pennsylvania. trying to put pressure on republicans to get on board with his plan to increase taxes on the wealthiest americans. he made his case at a toy maker there and exceptionally said that if lawmakers can't get a deal done by the first of the year, taxes will go up on middle class americans by about $2,000. that will be bad for middle class americans and also bad for businesses like connects toy maker which is where he spoke a little earlier on today. especially as we enter the busy holiday shopping season. here is a little more of what president obama had to say today. take a listen. >> if congress does nothing, every family in america will see their income taxes automatically go up on january 1st. every family.
afternoon to you. i'm craig melvin. you are watching msnbc, the place for politics. four days after the election, and there is big news from florida on this saturday. nbc news now calling the state for president obama. that puts 29 electoral votes in the president's column. that gives him a final count of 332 electoral votes. governor romney 206 electoral votes. more on that in a few moments. >>> major news from the nation's highest court today. the justices of the supreme court said they will consider the racially charged issue of whether to scale back the historic voting rights act. more on this now from nbc news justice correspondent pete williams. >> reporter: craig, this is shaping up to be the most important supreme court term in decades for civil rights. the justices are already looking at affirmative action and college admissions. now they've agreed to consider whether to gut the landmark voting rights law. here is the question simply stated. has racial discrimination in the south diminished to the point that a key part of the voting rights act passed 47 years ago is no long
[cheers and applause] >> his tongue is badly burned. craig: liquid nitrogen. geoff, could you translate? >> question finally understand what you're saying. it's wonderful. [laughter] craig: alton brown, geoff peterson. good night, everybody. good night. [cheers and applause] >> this is 9 news now. >> the presidential candidates are out tonight. some maryland vet years trying to avoid long lines on tuesday found themselves in long lines this city and that is where we found them too. >> reporter: there was early voting in 2010 too but the number of early voters has already more than doubled the total number of early voters then. speaking of election history and how it repeats itself, 50 years ago last night there was this. >> next tuesday, november 6, is election day. i hope every american will turn out and vote. >> they did. the rush hour in silver spring was crawling with early voters thursday evening, undeterred by storm cleanup or broken legs. >> voting is our right. i would not miss it for anything. >> reporter: voters said they waited more than an hour to vote. why take th
in life, but craig kielburger discovered it early. he was in seventh grade when the death of a boy changed his life. it was a change so profound that, through kielburger, it has now saved and transformed other lives all around the globe. in that moment, 17 years ago, craig kielburger was struck by a profound truth-- something as important as changing the world can't be left to grownups. >> craig kielburger: kids are looking to get involved. they're... they're searching for it. and in an era where, you know, adults often are looking for meaning and purpose in their lives, kids also want to assert who they are, not just by the video games they play or the peer groups they belong to, but by the contribution they make. and that's part of a youth self- identity in the world. and not only is it good for the child, my god, our world needs it. >> pelley: craig kielburger was a child when he noticed the needs of the world. as a 12-year-old in canada, he read about the murder of a boy his age in pakistan. iqbal masih was a slave in a carpet factory. masih escaped to lead a campaign against servitude
>>> good sunday afternoon, i'm craig melvin, you're watching msnbc, the place for politics. now that the election is over, it's time to take on the big issues. like immigration, coming up, we'll talk about how we can balance the desire to welcome the world to our shores, while securing our borders. then inside washington, as we all edge closer to the so-called fiscal cliff, we'll ask two political insiders how we can break the pennsylvania avenue stalemate. and then later on on this veterans day, how dot men and women who served and sacrificed feel about how their issues played out on the campaign trail. first topping the political headlines on this sunday, lawmakers weighing in today on whether they can strike a deal to avoid sending the country over the looming fiscal cliff. democratic chuck schumer saying on nbc's "meet the press," it's time for republicans to agree to raise taxes on the wealthy. >> the president campaigned on letting the bush tax cuts expire on people above $250,000 income. the exit poll showed that 60% of the people agreed with it. >> but republican senator
in their online web sites, investing more in duplicating the experience of a store online. >> reporter: craig berman, vice president with amazon.com says they're expecting their best year yet. >> we're entering a world of perfect information where customers have incredible amounts of information right at their fingertips, whether it's a smart phone or a tablet computer. so the customers are able to go wherever they may be and check prices, check sizes, check availability. >> reporter: and retailers are really trying to integrate that online and that in-store experience. iphone apps, for instance, can allow people to be directed toward deals or even allow them to earn points. the idea is, of course, once they're in the store they will stay, anthony, and spend more money. >> mason: all right, thanks, seth. wall smart the nation's biggest retailer, and black friday is extremely important the company's bottom line which is why workers at some wal-mart stores chose today to protest for higher wages and better benefits. here's lee cowan. >> reporter: from overnight protests in wisconsin to dawn dem
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